270 Days Until Havoc and The Uncertain End (part 3)
Heiphilia was far from an easy shell to crack. Evester knew how much she rejected and distrusted him. Every time he opened his mouth she would watch him, listen, examine, and find any reason to make that distrust grow. If she was going to save him, why distrust him so greatly?
It was probably because he had said he was looking for her without knowing it was her, which in retrospect had been a bit creepy.
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I had no idea what to title this blog, so I went with the most generic title I could think of. I’m not even sure this is my 7th Weekly blog. Anyone want to check to find out what number it actually is? As in the blogs where I just talk and not about a specific subject. It’s probably like 3 or 4. Then with all the other weekly ones I make? This number should be much higher.
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The following is a list of my total reading times for the Chronicles of Narnia Reread. Essentially this is the same deal as the Redwall reread times. I’ve recorded my times and how long it took me to get through the whole series. (Spoiler, its much faster than Redwall)
Another poetry review? How exciting! I seem to be doing a lot of these in recent months, however is that so much of a bad thing?
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If anyone saw this last week when I posted it early… I’m sorry! I was trying to schedule it not post it.
270 Days Until Havoc and The Uncertain End (part 2)
It wasn’t that the man particularly bothered Heia. He kept to himself. He kept an eye on the children when asked and watched over the triplets as they practiced with the holoblade. He helped with food, and told stories to those who could not sleep. He was not a bother, did not speak much, and staid out of her way.
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270 Days Until Havoc and The Uncertain End (part 1)
Zeydar was discouraged from leaving his room too often after he had been taken during The Night of Oblivion. Security was tighter, the Supervisors were convinced he was in danger, and they told him to practice. To practice, to reign in the powers that had destroyed a CloudCity. To have him study and practice before his birthday tended to be their major concern in regards to most things. He thought there may not be more that he could learn.
The moment that Zeydar became a Superior, there would be nothing they would be able to control him. He would be their equal with a voice in the council. The council as a whole could tell him what to do, but not on an individual basis as it were now. Perhaps that was why they told him to study more despite the fact that Zeydar had been Superior level for years in terms of knowledge and skill. They wanted to be able to control him.
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I remember telling you all that I got the notification for this book box back for my birthday (May 3rd) — or rather that I should hopefully get it around then. Guess what! I did not! I did not get it until about two days ago, which is frustrating and expected all at the same time. I knew that the email was too good to be true, and that most boxes ship out at the end of the month. Still, I had hoped.
Either way it is in now!
May 2019 Unicorn Crate: Magic Lessons.
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Here we go to another world, another world, another world. Here we go to another world, one of fantasy.
Lol, I don’t know. I was trying to make a song in tune to “do you know the muffin man.” Either way lets dive in before I make you all run away and never want to read another review again.
I loved this novel. Sign me up for the preorder of the second one, future me. I had better remember to. I had better.